Re: usplash in desktop task?
On Tue, May 08, 2007 at 04:52:14PM -0400, Joey Hess wrote:
David Härdeman wrote:
unstable now has a recent version of usplash which supports user input
(yay, cryptsetup passphrase prompts) and a new debian theme, so perhaps it
would be a good idea to add usplash to the Desktop task?
The new release of usplash is very good progress toward this IMHO.
Though more progess is needed before I would be comfortable putting it
in the task. I'm thinking about bugs #422920, #422922, #387640, and
#381104, which are some of the bugs I encountered while testing it..
The 15-sec timeout are not really bugs in the sense that they'll degrade
anything (it just doesn't look pretty). I think the biggest issue to
solve here is fsck (and I think it could be solved with some shell
422920 is a recent bug introduced by yours truly (which should be easy
We still also need to get more init scripts using the lsb init functions so
that they can show up in usplash. This gives an idea of how much needs
to be done:
though it's incomplete, see for example #419143.
Incomplete but also shows some false positives (most BR's are for init
scripts which lack LSB dependency headers, not LSB logging
functions...even though they probably correlate).
I fixed the init scripts of 25 - 30 packages to use LSB logging
functions and submitted bug reports for them in one afternoon (2/3 of
which have been applied), so I do not think the task is insurmountable.